|1.||Heera Lal Shastri||7 April 1949 to 5 January 1951||Indian National Congress|
|2.||C S Venkatachari||6 January 1951 to 25 April 1951||Indian National Congress|
|3.||Jai Narayan Vyas||26 April 1951 to 3 March 1952||Indian National Congress|
|4.||Tika Ram Paliwal||3 March 1952 to 31 October 1952||Indian National Congress|
|5.||Jai Narayan Vyas||1 November 1952 to 12 November 1954||Indian National Congress|
|6.||Mohan Lal Sukhadia||13 November 1954 to 11 April 1957||Indian National Congress|
|7.||Mohan Lal Sukhadia||11 April 1957 11 March 1962||Indian National Congress|
|8.||Mohan Lal Sukhadia||12 March 1962 to 13 March 1967||Indian National Congress|
|9.||Mohan Lal Sukhadia||26 April 1967 to 9 July 1971||Indian National Congress|
|10.||Barkatullah Khan||9 July 1971 to 11 August 1973||Indian National Congress|
|11.||Hari Dev Joshi||11 August 1973 to 29 April 1977||Indian National Congress|
|12.||Bhairon Singh Shekhawat||22 June 1977 to 16 February 1980||Janata Party|
|13.||Jagannath Pahadia||6 June 1980 to 13 July 1981||Indian National Congress|
|14.||Shiv Charan Mathur||14 July 1981 to 23 February 1985||Indian National Congress|
|15.||Hira Lal Devpura||23 February 1985 to 10 March 1985||Indian National Congress|
|16.||Hari Dev Joshi||10 March 1985 to 20 January 1988||Indian National Congress|
|17.||Shiv Charan Mathur||20 January 1988 to 4 December 1989||Indian National Congress|
|18.||Hari Dev Joshi||4 December 1989 to 4 March 1990||Indian National Congress|
|19.||Bhairon Singh Shekhawat||4 March 1990 15 December 1992||Bhartiya janata Party|
|20.||Bhairon Singh Shekhawat||4 December 1993 to 29 November 1998||Bhartiya janata Party|
|21.||Ashok Gehlot||1 December 1998 to 8 December 2003||Indian National Congress|
|22.||Vasundhara Raje Scindia||8 December 2003 to 11 December 2008||Bhartiya janata Party|
|23.||Ashok Gehlot||12 December 2008 to till date||Indian National Congress|
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